Council of American Ambassadors Fellowship Alumni - Where are they now?
Recent Fellow News
Class of 2005
David Little is uniquely positioned in a firm and area of corporate law which combines his litigation experience and MBA training to give him a competitive edge in a very technical field. Mentoring within his firm has resulted in exciting opportunities over the next year to submit articles for publication in various professional journals and to pursue leadership roles within the bar association of his practice area.
Class of 2010
Amanda Wernicke was promoted in January 2013 to Consultant at the Advisory Board Company. She’s enjoying her new role with the Student Success Collaborative, a web-based platform that uses data analytics and predictive modeling to aid undergraduate student advising, retention, and graduation.
Class of 2008
David Koken is still working/living in Cambodia as an operations specialist for Kiva (www.kiva.org) where he helps to support or develop credit programs with microfinance institutions and social enterprises in the Southeast Asia region.
Class of 2007
Ohnmar Khin is currently finishing up her Master’s in Public Health Degree at UC Berkeley. She is applying to medical schools and MBA programs for next year.
Class of 2006
Aisha Sabar continues to work at the US State Department at the United States Mission to the United Nations (USUN). At the US Mission, Aisha is part of a team, led by Ambassador Susan Rice and Ambassador Joseph Torsella, that oversees matters related to the UN budget, UN management reform efforts, and UN peacekeeping missions. Aisha is also obtaining an MBA at Columbia University, Class of 2014.
Andrew Detsch V
Class of 2012
Andrew Detsch V will be graduating Phi Beta Kappa from the Elliott School at the George Washington University in May 2013 with a Bachelor’s in International Affairs. He plans to spend the summer traveling across the Asia-Pacific. Next year, Andrew hopes to teach English in Japan and pursue a Fulbright scholarship in the near future.
Class of 2006
After graduating with a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from The Fletcher School at Tufts University in May, Meghan Mahoney started a position as a Policy Associate with the Policy Group of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. J-PAL, a research institute based in MIT’s Department of Economics, is a network of affiliated professors who are united in their use of randomized control trials to evaluate programs aimed at alleviating poverty around the world. As a Policy Associate, Meghan works to encourage the use of rigorous evidence in anti-poverty policies and to disseminate the results of these evaluations by producing policy publications, conducting outreach surrounding existing evidence and key open questions, and conducting cost-effectiveness analysis.